Florissant Teen Sentenced for Setting Several Vehicle Fires Near His Home

Khadeem Ratcliff faces prison if he violates the terms of his probation. Find out what he's got to do to remain free and weigh in with your take on the case.

A Florissant teen was sentenced for setting fire to several vehicles near his home last spring, according to a report from KSDK.

Khadeem Ratcliff pled guilty to four counts of “knowingly burning” in October. The 18-year-old was sentenced to five years of supervised probation, and Judge David Lee Vincent also informed him that he would be responsible for restitution to the owners of the vehicles.

Ratcliff was also ordered to attend regular mental evaluations, maintain full-time employment and to completely avoid contact with the victims. If he violates the probation order, he will be sent to prison.

Read more about this case on Florissant Patch:

  • Florissant Police Arrest Teen for Suspicious Car Fires
  • Teen Charged with Setting Vehicle Fires in Paddock Hills
  • Teen Pleads Guilty to Setting Five Fires in Paddock Hills


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